Announcing paid internships for Summer 2015!
March 13, 2015
Creative Time is excited to announce that this summer we are offering paid internship positions! Running June 1st through August 7th, we’ll be offering 10 positions across all departments, including Marketing & Communications, Development, Programming, Executive & Operations, and Global Initiatives. These positions will each receive a $2,250 stipend for four days a week for […]
Spaces, Species and Situations: David Brooks with Meredith Johnson
February 16, 2015
On Tuesday Feb. 24, Independent Curators International (ICI) will host a conversation between artist David Brooks and Meredith Johnson, Curator and Director of Consulting at Creative Time. Free and open to the public, the talk will cover Brooks’ wide-reaching public projects, expeditions, and installations that explore the relationship between nature and culture. MORE INFORMATION
Charlie Hebdo, Zero Tolerance & Free Speech
January 26, 2015
Like many around the globe, people in the arts are contemplating the complex issues of free speech after the tragic events at Charlie Hebdo. So Creative Time, MoMA PS1, and The Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with Reuters, have joined together to create what we hope will be a timely and thoughtful conversation that […]
Help us Electrify 2015
December 18, 2014
Creative Time loves electrifying the NYC skyline, from Times Square billboard takeovers by Marilyn Minter and Marina Abramovic, to Vik Muniz’s Manhattan skywriting, to our Tribute in Light in the wake of 9/11. Now, thanks to the Durst family and Spireworks – created by Mark Domino with the support of The Durst Organization – an […]
Black Radical Brooklyn & A Subtlety Are Top Critics’ Picks for 2014!
December 12, 2014
It’s been a big year for Creative Time, and the critics agree! In his year-end review for The New York Times, Holland Cotter called Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn one of the year’s most noteworthy art events. “This project, set in schools and houses,” he writes, “spoke of a cultural past in danger […]